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James Nesbitt: Disasters That Changed Britain unpicks the events that led to the most devastating disasters of the past 60 years. The series shines a spotlight on the human cost of the tragedies while seeking to explain the wider political, cultural and institutional context that contributed to them – and looks at the changes made in the wake of each disaster.
James Nesbitt examines the Piper Alpha oil platform explosion of 1988, one of the most devastating man-made catastrophes to date.
James Nesbitt examines the tragic story of the 1958 Munich air crash, which claimed 23 lives, including those of eight Manchester United footballers.
James Nesbitt heads to London to shed light on the devastating 1987 King's Cross fire, which killed 31 people and injured 100.
James Nesbitt examines the Grenfell Tower fire. On 14 June 2017, the 24-storey apartment block went up in flames leading to 71 deaths.
Anna Richardson(Anna Richardson)
Donal MacIntyre(Donal MacIntyre)
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